Developed and approved at Northwestern University, the 'Purple Chill' app works to provide users with relaxation exercises in order to decrease their stress and focus on the now.
Demographics like Millennials and Generation Z are notoriously known for favoring their smartphones when it comes to virtually any task, so 'Purple Chill' acts as a great method for them to destress.
The 'Purple Chill' app works by presenting users with relaxation exercises that are clearly detailed and named. This allows them to focus on the exact problem they are experiencing or learn about how to handle it down the road. 'Purple Chill' utilizes audio-based relaxation exercises in order to get users focused on their inner self and to let the stresses around them melt away.
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'Purple Chill' Guides Users Through Relaxation Exercises
- By: Michael HemsworthFeb 6, 2017